Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has reiterated he is happy at White Hart Lane despite rumoured interest from Manchester United.
Kane was linked with a move to Old Trafford earlier this summer, with some rumours suggesting that Man United had submitted a £40m bid for him.
The Englishman enjoyed a sensational breakthrough campaign last season but he is yet to get off the mark in the Premier League this time around.
Kane reaffirmed his commitment to Tottenham and insisted he is looking forward to the future with the London club.
“I am a Tottenham boy. I have grown up with the club. I know the club and I love the club. We have got a great team, a young team that is only going to get better and better,” he said.
“I am happy. I am happy to be playing. That is the most important thing for me this season to be playing week in week out and getting game time.
“We have a great manager and staff at Spurs and I can really see us just pushing on. I am excited for the future. A new stadium as well. Everything just seems to be going in the right direction so I am excited.”
Kane is in the very early stages of his career and he is right in saying that he should be playing week in, week out.
Tottenham fans love him and it is important for him to feel valued in terms of his development. If he moved to United, especially for the figure quoted, he would suddenly have huge pressure on his shoulders. After all, look at the scrutiny Anthony Martial has been subjected to since his £36m switch to United.